Category: Sports

Pennsauken Loses To Freehold In 125 Point Playoff Game

By Albert Dadson, AAP Intern You would think that if a football player scored eight touchdowns all by himself, his team would win the game. But what do you do when a player on the other team scores 10 touchdowns?

New Faces Of PHS Basketball Take The Lead

By Eric Mossop, Athletic Director, Pennsauken High School When fans come to the gym to watch the PHS boys and girls basketball programs this coming winter season, the first thing they might notice are the new faces on the benches

Pennsauken’s Vliet Inducted Into SJU Men’s Soccer Hall Of Fame

Pennsauken native Sean Vliet, a member of Saint Joseph University’s graduating class of 1996, was enshrined in the Saint Joseph’s University Men’s Soccer Hall of Fame at halftime of the Hawks’ game against Duquesne on Saturday, October 22.

Indians Take Tough Loss Under Friday Night Lights

By Albert Dadson, AAP Intern Pennsauken came out on Friday under the lights on a nippy night sky. They ended up losing the game 39-0 to a determined Camden Catholic squad. Even though they lost, head coach Clinton Tabb thanked

PHS Athletic Hall Of Fame Class Of 2016 Inducted

By Eric Mossop, Athletic Director, Pennsauken High School Every two years, the Athletic Department accepts nominations for induction into our Athletic Hall of Fame. This year, the committee considered 15 nominations and recommended eight deserving individuals and one team, who

NFL Players Present Super Bowl Footballs To Alma Mater

By Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor A group of Pennsauken High School alumni who played professional football on the biggest stage returned to their alma mater May 13 for a special presentation of several gold footballs from the National Football League

Student-Athletes Inspired By Super Bowl Alumni

By Eric Mossop, Athletic Director, Pennsauken High School This past month, Pennsauken alumni John Taylor, Dwight Hicks, and Billy Griggs came back to their alma mater to present PHS with three gold footballs in honor of alumni who have played

Phifer Girls Lacrosse Celebrate 2016 Season

The Phifer Girls Lacrosse Team made great strides for the 2016 season. First year coach, Jennifer Worrell had a great turnout for tryouts back in March. Over 60 girls in sixth, seventh, and eighth grades tried out for the team.

PHS Alum And Super Bowl Champ Speaks To Student-Athletes

By Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor “So when you dream, dream large. Dream extra large.” Those are the words of Dwight Hicks ’74, a PHS alum who played defensive back for the San Francisco 49ers and is a two-time Super Bowl

Philadelphia Union Day In Pennsauken Rescheduled To July 10

The Philadelphia Union Major League Soccer Club and PYAA Soccer Club have rescheduled their Union Day Event to Sunday, July 10. The Philadelphia Union Day is open to children in the South Jersey area. The day will include inflatables and

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